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While the ICO market weathers a frigid crypto winter and awaits further regulatory clarity, many issuers have conceded that their digital asset is a “security” and are proceeding under available exemptions from registration under U.S. securities laws. Read More ›
A security token offering (STO) is, as its name indicates, a public or private sale of a “security,” evidenced by a digital token transferable on a blockchain to investors to raise capital. Giving an asset another name (like “token”) does not transform it into something other than a security or exempt an issuer from compliance with securities laws. Read More ›
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William T. Repasky practices with the Litigation Department at Frost Brown Todd. He focuses on lending and commercial services; banking litigation and financial institutions.